Tink (Devil’s Handmaidens MC Book 1) by D.M. Earl – Review by Rebeca Elliott Figueiras

Tink (Devil's Handmaidens MC-Book One)Tink by D.M. Earl
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I was hooked from the very beginning. I absolutely love the fact that the MC is all-women as it makes a refreshing change from the all-male MC novels I’ve read. But not only is it all-women, they’re dedicated to making a positive difference, taking down the human trafficking rings.

I love Tink, she is so relatable in that she wants to make a difference but has so many things going on, she’s feeling overwhelmed. I’ve certainly felt similar so her strength to persevere is very inspiring, even at the height of danger. Her strength in her struggles and her determination in helping others makes her a wonderful character to root for.
I also liked Ellington and thought he was a great fit for Tink, and not only does his background assist in helping with the mission to bring down the traffickers, but it could also help him save Tink.
I loved the way they came together and really enjoyed seeing their chemistry grow into something more.

The author’s writing style engaged me from the beginning and made the story easier to get lost in – the descriptions painted a vivid picture of the scenery and characters.

It’s clear that each woman of the MC has their own story and I hope to read more about them as the series progresses!
I’m very happy that I found this series, the idea of the all-women MC is brilliant, but the fact they are all strong women doing good while being fierce bikers makes it even better. On to the next!

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